PSKC competitors won 22 trophies for 1st-2nd-3rd place at Young’s Fall 2014 Tournament. The club also won the Team Trophy for most points earned and the Most Supportive trophy. Congratulations everyone.
Over a century ago, in the small village of Chan, on a small island in the south pacific, a boy was born. One day he would become a Karate Master whose art would reach beyond the shores of Okinawa and spread across the globe. On Thursday, September 18th, the Penn State Karate Club will celebrate the birth of Tatsuo Shimabuku (9/19/1908) with a special presentation of Isshin Ryu Karate and an introduction to Okinawa, the birthplace of Karate. This Embu Taikai (martial arts demonstration) will begin at 8PM in 106 White Building on Thursday the 18th. Admission is free.
The Kennedy Center Terrace Theater
2700 F Street N.W., Washington, DC
Saturday, September 6, 2014
On Thursday the 28th at 7:30PM in 106 White Building, PSKC members will conduct a free Karate demonstration. Afterward there will be an audience participation session.
New members welcome. No previous experience is necessary. Membership is open to all Penn State students, faculty & staff.
Visit our table at the Student Involvement Fair today & Tuesday the HUB-Robeson Center’s Heritage Hall.
Fall classes at PSU start on Monday, August 25th. The Student Involvement Fair is on Monday & Tuesday in the HUB.
Help the club quickly meet fall activation requirements by completing a new waiver form, vehicle registration, and safety officer form.
Karate classes in 106 White Building are done for the summer. We will return to 106 on August 26th with the start of the fall semester.
The Okinawa Prefectural Government presents “Okinawan performing Arts” at the Kennedy Center on the 6th of September. It is part of the “Okinawa Culture and Spirit Promotion project.”
Top level performers will perform Ryukyu traditional dance, traditional karate, and so-saku Eisa.
Admission is free but the seats are first come-first served. Please bring your friends and introduce them to rich Okinawan Culture. You don’t want to miss this great event!
Please read the attached flyer for more details.
The link below gives you an introduction of the performers that will be coming from Okinawa. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_m3xGL7-9wc
The Kennedy Center website will post this event at a later date. It will be at: http://www.kennedy-center.org/programs/millennium/